Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 28, 1933 · Page 14
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1933
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ASK RETURN TO GOLD STANDARD 'Administration Called Upon . to "End Manipulation of Dollar." PHILADELPHIA, Deo. 28. U -The executive committee of the Economic National Committee on Monetary Policies today adopted a resolution calling on the federal administration to "end manipulation of the dollar" and adopt "a definite policy of return to the gold standard." The resolution, which was signed "by 17 economists, disapproved "those aspects of the monetary policy of the government which are destroying public confidence in the value of the dollar, are distorting the normal movement of investment funds, and discouraging sound investments, thereby retarding an orderly and enduring recovery." "The present policy of monetary experimentation should tie abandoned immediately," the resolution urged. Guests From Michigan. BELMOND--Dr. and Mrs. O. C. Buxton of Detroit, Mich., are spending the holidays at the home of Mrs. Buxton'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brooks. Cut Rate Grocery SAVES YOB MONEY PRICES BELOW GOOD FOK FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Let Our Store Be Your Store. Wo Wish You AM a HAPPY NEW YEAR PHONE 113--US--114 Free Delivery of 6 Oc Order or More SAME PRICE BOTH STORES CANE SUGAR, 10 pounds.v;:.. 46c Decker's Sliced Bacon, Ib. 15c Boneless Codfish, Ib. box 25c Decker's Porkcttes, Ib.... loe Orange, Lemon, Citron, Ib. 29c Good Potatoes, peck 25c 25o Wright's Silver Cream 19c Mac., Nood., Spag., 5 pkgs- 35p Oranges, doz, 19c, 23c, 29c, 35c Good Mincemeat, lb 19c 30c Pills. Pancake Flour 2So Raisins, pkg lOc , BEST GRADE NUTS English Walnuts, 2 Ibs... 25c Mixed Nuts, Ib 18o Large Washed Brazils, Ib. 18c Largo Almonds, Ib lUc Large Filberts, Ib 23o Peanuts, Ib 10c English Walnuts, No. 1 Diamond, Ib 25c CHRISTMAS CANDIES Peanut Brittle, Ib 10c Christmas Mixed (best) 2 Ibs 25o Orange Slices, Ib lOo CRACKERS, 2-lb. caddy... 18c Peanut Butter, 2 Ib. jar..25e Peanut Butter, 1 Ib. Jar..l5c Vanilla Flavor, 8 oz. bottle 19c. Sweet Pickles, pints 15c White Flour, 5 Ib. sack.. .24c 15c Catsup, 2 bottles 25c: lOc Meto, can 6r Gelatine, all flavors, pkg. Be lOo Baiting Soda, 3 pkgs. 25e lOc Sal Soda, 3 pkga 25e 15o Hllex, 2 bottles 25c lOc Palmollve Bends, pkg. 6c Pure Crlsco, 2 Ibs S5c Dried Peaches, 2 Ibs 25c Dried Apricots, Ib 15c, 19o Triumph Flour, 49 Ib. sk. $1.70 25e Pure Vanilla, 2-osc. bot. I9i- Toilet Paper, 8, 4, 5 for.. 25o Dry Lima Beans, 3 Ibs.... 25c I5o Bab-O, 2 cans 25c lOc Kitchen Cleanser, 4 for 25o Llbby's Milk, 4 large cans 25c lOo Pumpkin, S cans 25c Mustard, Quart Jar loc Mustard, pint jars lOc Pure. Cider, quart can... 18c Calumet Baking 1 Q/» Powder, 1-lb. can.. 1I/C COFFEE, TEA Best Peaberry Coffee, !b. 19c 3 Ibs. 49c Cut Kate Special, Ib ..... 25c Choc. Crenm Coffee, Ib. 29 c Cut Kate Special Tea, pkg. 28o Elmvalo Tea, pkff. ....... S5c Green Tea, best grade, Ib. 25c Best Gr Tea Sittings, Ib. ISc FANCY DATES, 2 pounds. .....·., VEGETABLES Canadian Rutabagas, 3 Ibs. Iflo Fancy Onions, 8 Ibs ..... . 25c Beets, can lOe, 2 for ...... 15c Acorn Squashes, 4 for ---- lOc 15c Peas, 2 for .......... 25c Bnbhard Squash, each.... loc Wax String Beans.. ---- Iflc Hominy, quart can ....... lOc Peas, per can ........... 10r Iflc Corn, large can, 3 for 2Sc Green String Beans, can lOc Lima Beans, large can...10i- Tomatoes, large can ..... Iflo ISc Corn, 2 cans ........ 25r Cut Rate Grocery 3C E. State St Phone 112-113 O. E. BUSH, 508 1st S. W. Tlione 111 EARL BUSII. DECEMBER 28 1933 g HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W OFFICE PHONE No. 239 * Gazette LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 ^^ BUSINESS SHOWS GAIN OVER 1932 CWA Checks Assist Local Retail Stores in Holiday Trade. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 28.--The increase in holiday business over that of last year has been noted in almost every retail local store. This is significant of the larger amount of money in circulation locally. The local postoffice shows a reater volume of mall sent out an in 1933. Postal letter cancellations on the biggest day of the rush, Thursday, Dec. 21, showed a 10 per :ent gain over last year, according :o Doris Carroll, postmistress. Two extra men were given part time work in mail and package distribution. Merchants claim that the CWA pay checks were a real help to business, many workmen spending a part of check each week for Christmas. Variety, men's and women's clothing, department, drug ana jewelry stores showed considerable jains in sales over last year, while aardware stores, selling a less seasonable line of goods, report an average volume. Merchants and wholesale houses were both handicapped, tiiis year in determining the amount of Christmas stock to obtain and in most cases merchants bought too lightly and were unable to receive the goods late from the wholesale houses, according to local merchants. New Year's Party to Initiate New Room at Billy's Casino CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 28 Preparations have been completed at Billy's Casino on the south, shore for a gala celebration New Year's eve initiating the new addition to its popular amusement hall. New booths have been added, all facing the lake and leading to the dance floor. The addition, 24 feet long finished in plywood stained green, can be shut off from the main building' making an Ideal place for private parties or open to the public when needed. The Casino is gay with holiday decorations, one trie on the stage and the evergreen on the outside s aglow with glimmering lights on the snow. An eight piece band featuring the "Hill Billy Fool," has been en;aged for the New Year's eve party Which is planned carnival style with caps, horns, confetti and gifts. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Miss Avis Briar of Minneapolis Is a houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Briar, South Second street. Dance, Clear Lake Country club. Sat, Dec. 30. Sun., Dec. 31, starting 10 p. m. Monday, Jan. 1. Robert Findson and Dean AsU- land are attending a 4-H club short course at Ames this week. Ira Jones, district governor of the Lions club, was a visitor at the Mason City club Wednesday afternoon. C. E. Wells spoko to members of the Lions club on his trip to the Chevrolet dealers' convention at Detroit last week at the luncheon meeting Wednesda; noon at the Lions cafe. Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Fowler of Des Moines and Mrs. E. Brogran of Iowa Falls were guests over Christmas of Mr. and Mrs. Todd Kennedy, Mrs. V. Kennedy and Jimmy Diclcirson. John Ross Winnie, student of Cornell college, Mt. Vernon, arrived this week to spend the rest of his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Winnie. Mr. Winnie was elected to membership in the Purple Masque honorary dramatic society at the college. He has received a role in the play, "Mary Tudor," by Victor Hugo which will be given next month. Mr. anfl Mrs. T. Ryan of Huxley, Alfred Olpiem of Baxter, Miss Flossie Milks and James Milks of Scranton, N. Dak., nave returned to their homes after spending the past week at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Tarr, north shore. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Glger returned to their home at Belle Plalne after spending the past week with Mrs. GIger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bonner, South Second street. Frank Hall of Spokane, Wash., Is visiting friends In Clear Lake. Laurence Cannes of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., has returned to his home after a visit with the Glen Steege family near Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kirkpatrlck and daughters, Pauline and Botty of Crystal Lake have returned to their home after spending Christmas with f ·} Lee Riggle family here. H. T. Edgar has returned to his home on South Third street after spending the past three months at the veterans hospital at Ft. Snelling, Minneapolis. Miss Marian Meyers of Chnpln Is spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Alice Meyers, East Main street. Miss Ella Knap, instructor in the Diagonal high school, is spending the holidays with her parents. Mr and Mrs. Albert Knop, Clara street. Miss BIHIa Milno is at her home recovering from a few days' illness. Frank Cookman, Soutli Third street, is ill at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nelson returned Thursday from Odebolt where they visited over Christmas at the home of Mrs. Nelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Klstler. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. French of Charles City have moved to Clear Lake where Mr. French is employed as surveyor on a county project which is directed by C. R. Wood. Mr. and Mrs. John Levisay and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Levisay and son, Donald, of Duluth, Minn., are houseguests of their mother, Mrs. H. S. Levisay, South Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. Trlnery ol Marshalltown are visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. H. T. Edgar. South Third street. Mr. nni Mrs. James Altchlson and two children of Madelia, Minn,, are visiting several days with Mr. Altch- ison's sisters, Mrs. Irene Chase anc Mrs. James Ransom, east of Clear Lake. Mr. nnd Mrs C. J- Fov and daugh ter, Maxine, returned from Laurens Wednesday evening where they spent the week-end with Mr. Fox's father. A niece, Normadene Schutz of Havelock, and a nephew, Marvin Udesen, of Cedar Rapids, accompanied them home for a stay over the holidays. Miss Betty Jane King left Thursday morning for Chicago where she will spend the holidays with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jay McGowan. Kimble Rites Held at Lake Residence CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 28.--Funerjil services for Charles Kimble, S3, were held Thursday afternoon at the residence on 211 South Third street. The Rev. W. B. Milne, pastor of the Congregational church, officiated and burial was made In the Clear Lake cemetery. Pallbearers were Bert Gray, John Stewart, W. H. DIckirson, A. H. Whitney, Ira, Stewart and P. Hoff- Wives of Rotarians Are Guests at Party CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 28.-- Rotary club members will entertain their wives at a holiday party at the city hall Thursday evening. A program will be presented to about 60, according to the plans of the committee. Farm Bureau Heads Named in Township Man and Woman Are Chosen to Serve in Each District. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 28.--Lake township Farm Bureau has elected Ben Skadland as president, Robert Furleigb, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Ben Skadland, home project chairman, and Mrs. Harvey Wood, publicity chairman. District co-operatora have also been named, Mrs. Donald -Blair, J. P. McGulre, district No. 1; Miss Esther Tesene, Frank Tesene, No. 2\. Mr. and Mrs. George Sheridan, No. 3; Mrs. Norman Nelson, Ray Baker, No. 4; Mrs. C. R. Hempbill and E. E. Studyvin and Mrs. Floyd Ward, No. 5; Mrs Elmer Thrams, Mrs Harold Ames and C. H. Sears, No 6; Mrs. Charles Ransom, William Hol- lenheck, No. 7; Mrs. Walter Atkinson, Charles Ransom, No. 8; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daker, Mrs. M. L. Jacobson, No. 8, The program committee for the year includes Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ransom, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rushla and Mr. and Mrs. George Sheridan. Legion Post Sends Cheer to Children CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 28.--About 200 children were remembered with Christmas cheer baskets this year by the Stafford post of the American Legion. Toys donated by the school children which had been repainted and repaired by the manual training department under the direction of W. M. Judy, candy and apples donated by the post were included in the baskets. More than 50 families received cheer in this manner. The list of needy persons was taken from the records of American Legion auxiliary, schools and the welfare committee of the civic league. A committee from the post assisted by others distributed the things. What doth it profit a man to gain the whole world if he can't dodge a meddling senate committee?-Cedar Rapids Gazette. GOVERNMENT IN U, S. DIFFERENT Country Has Essentials of "Corporate State," Says Dean Gilmore. CHICAGO, Dec. 28. GPX--The United states now has the essentials of a "corporate state," Dean Eugene A. Gilmore of the University of Iowa law college told the Union League club here today. He declared that Washington officials show a disposition to "take the easy way around the inconveniences of representative government," and told his audience "every economic activity has been subjected to control." The ultimate decision as to whather the "new deal" legislation shall become a permanent system rests not entirely with the supreme court, Dean Gilmore declared, but with the citizens. "The average citizen cannot make an Intelligent decision between the new and the social order until the new program has been set out clearly,' 1 he said. "This dilemma is a difficult one to meet," he added. The Iowa dean referred to "subtle and seductive innovations," and termed the process by which changes have been effected In the old order as one of "peaceful pene- treation." He declared the "corporate state" now set up would have "potential power" to "insulate the usual governmental agencies." Goes to De- Sloines. GREENE--L. H. Davis drove to Des Moines to receive instruction in the educational department of the CWA. Leaves for Aurora, BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. Cato C. Griesy left Wednesday for Aurora, Minn., to visit until Sunday at the home of Mrs. Griesy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hill. WEST KY. LUMP COAL y. Ton at W.G. BLOCK CO. PARK THEATER TKUBSDAV - FKtnAY ZANE CBEV'S "UNDER THE TONTO RIM" BARGAIN NIGI1XS--IOC COMEDY - - NEWS SHOW STABTS 1:1S Grocery Specials PECAN NUT MEATS, per Ib. 45' PEPPER, 4 oz. can _. 10 CHRISTMAS Per pound CANDY 10' GINGER ALE, -f C[ c large bottle :M.9 PINEAPPLE, large 2 J / Z can 19 COCOA, 3 Ibs 25 GROUND GINGER, Ib 19' CITRON, ORANGE LEMON PEEL, -| /V c package ,, JLU Dessert JELL, all flavors, 6 for 25 c OLIVES, quart size 25 No. 1 STORAGE EGGS, our own pack, dozen _... P. G. Soap, 5 large bars 19' BUTTER, with order, Ib 18' Vanilla Flavoring-, large bottle 15c Lemon Flavoring, large bottle ~, 15c BEER, 24 bottles SJ.98 DATES, 2 Ibs 15 PEAS, No. 2 can 10' ORANGES, nice and juicy 19 DILL PICKLES, qt. 15' GREEN TEA in bulk, Ib 19 COFFEE Atwood's, Nash, Butternut, Chocolate O-fl r Cream, Ib. ,, OJ. A Large Variety of FRUITS and VEGETABLES for Your New Years Table at MONEY SAVING PRICES Turkeys, Ducks, Chickens, Geese Fresh from the Farm. Get Our Prices Before Buying. HAPPY NEW YEAR Sara Raizes and the entire personnel of the Sam Raizes Department Store join in wishing their many customers and friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year! Plan to shop in every Department where special Bargains have been arranged for our PRE-INVENTORY SALE. SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE 215 S. Federal Ave. Phone 434-435 Veteran Newspaperman Dies at Rockford, 111. ROCKFORD, m, Dec. 28. C3_ Trank J. O'Rourk, 57, veteran Rock- 'ord newspaperman who was tele- rraph editoi 1 of the Reg-istcr-Repub- ie for the last 12 years, died at his lome last night after three months' llness. Funeral services will bo held Saturday morning. REPORT BANKING SITUATION GOOD Government Fiscal Chiefs Announce Opinions to Roosevelt. WASHINGTON, Dec. 28. iovernment fiscal leaders reported :o President Roosevelt today that the banking situation "is in fine shape." The president surveyed the banking situation in connection with his eneral review of business and the impending inauguration of the bank deposit insurance law. "Everything is perfectly fine on :he .hanking end," asserted Gov. Eugene Black of the federal reserve board to newspapermen after a white house conference. "That is right," reported Acting Secretary Morgenthau of the treasury. "Everything Is in fine shape." Others who participated in the jrief white house parley included J. F. T. O'Connor, comptroller of the currency, and Walter Cummlngs, head of the bank deposit insurance corporation. RAINEY LOOKS FOR HARMONY Says Congress Will Devote Time to Appropriation, Revenue Bills. WASHINGTON, Dec. 28. !F--An harmonious congressional session devoted almost entirely to appropriation and revenue bills was predicted today by Speaker Rainey after a. talk with President Roosevelt. The speaker asserted there would be no tinkering with the Roosevelt recovery program enacted at the last special session. He expressed belief a part of the pay cut for government workers might ba restored. "We are going to have a short, harmonious and constructive session," said Mr. Rainey. "It will be a very important session but a working one rather than a dramatic one. "We will pass the supply bills, the tax bills and the liquor measures and adjourn early in May. "There will be no attempt to overthrow the recovery program or to oppose the president. It isn't possible. If there is any sniping the snipers aro apt to be left at home. "We had the extra session and enacted the recovery program and it is just beginning to work. Recovery is on the way." Former Resident Married. GOLDFIELD -- Miss Margaret Whyte left Thursday for St. Charles, Iowa, where she will attend the wedding of a friend, Miss Faye Sayre, a former resident here. Half Dozen Bombs Boom in Havana as Peace Is Discussed HAVANA, Dec. 28. OP)--A half dozen bombs boomed a discordant note in Havana early today as government leaders talked new plans for political peace in Cuba. No casualties were reported. Benjamin Fernandez de Medina, Uruguayan minister to Cuba and author of a political conciliation plan, conferred until the early morning hours with President Ramon Grau San Martin. The minister declined to comment upon the nature of their long conversation. RELIEVE ECZEMA Don't Butter needlessly. Stop the itching and iniluco healing--begin 4^^ bow to use ·· Resmol DEMAND "DAiRY MAID" PRODUCTS Butter, Milt, Cream, Whip Cream and Cottage Cheese PHONE 686 PICCLY WICCLY J o h n « « « if we buy all our foods at Piqqly Wiqqly- we'll save more MONEY this year. Start that Christmas saving fund now and let your savings at Piggly Wiggly pay for it. Prices Effective Friday and Saturday f December29th.and30th ROMA 1 pound 3 pounds CoSfee 19* 55° FRESH GROUND Flour Jersey Cream, 49 Ibs White Prince, 49 Ibs $1-79 GUARANTEED TO PLEASE FOR ANY PURPOSE Dressing T 24 BEST FOODS GOLD MEDAL B, Jumbo Size, large can CUT--IN BULK Macaroni i 17 17 Ginger Ale '· 14 Chocolate Maxshmallows NICE FKESH ONES JACK SPRAT Hillsdale, 2'/z cans .... 1 A GOOD VALUE CORN . Each 6 NO. 2 CANS PEAS . . Q, Each ^ MEDIUM CANS Cheese Lb. LONGHORN SOAP. 10 bars p. G. BEAMS 3 Ibs. '. 20 PI2VTO BEANS CANDY. Lb _ Christmas Mix, while It lasts Kartspies !;i h ' ................... 9° KAPPA BRAND Pineapple 17 FRUIT and VEGETABLES Celery 1 A c Lettuce TAT!*** jfnHr« mi^^ ^··B^ ·» _-,,,.-, ,,-- I -- -- Tinnrlo Large Apples Rome Beauty 0 Ibs Large crisp heads .... Oranges Small size Snnklst, Uoz Raisins 2 Ibs. 15 SEEDLESS Peaches · 2'/ 2 cans LIBBYS Prunes 2 Ibs RIEDTOM SIZE Oxydol f g Lge. pkg * *^ We Wish You All a Most Prosperous and Happy New Year

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